About This CourseBeginner
How many times have you flipped through a travel magazine and been inspired by an exotic photo of some far off destination?
Ever wondered what it takes to capture amazing photos like that?
This course is for you: for you the wanderer, the explorer, the vacationer, the mom, the dad, the loved one. This course is for anyone looking to take better photographs while traveling. I truly believe anyone can take amazing photos. With the skills and techniques learned in this course, you’ll be taking travel magazine worthy photos in no time!
We’ll cover the basics of what it means to be a photographer. In this first section we’ll be covering:
- Best camera options
- Complete equipment check
- Prepping for your trip
- Travel safety basics
- Travel types, and so much more
We’ll cover the basics of professional photography, which apply to travel photographers such as:
- ISO, Shutter Speed, Aperture
- Depth of Field
- White Balance
- Thinking outside the box
- And more!
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge of travel photography.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Get started today and develop the skill of travel photography!
Instructor Introduction – Who am I?
How To Get A Free Demo Of Adobe Lightroom
Choosing The Right Camera
What To Pack: Equipment Check
Backing Up Your Photos While Traveling
Where To Travel: Examples
Travel Safety Basics
Learning The Manual Settings
Working With RAW
Getting The Right White Balance
Stabilization – Tripods, Monopods, Or?
Using The Flash
Choosing A Great Background
Photograph The Locals
Creative Compositions – Samples
Sunsets & Silhouettes
All About Landscapes And Nature Photography
Depth Of Field Explained
Taking The Road Untraveled (AKA Thinking Outside The Box)
Lightroom Basics 2.0
Practice 1: Basic Lightroom Edits
Practice 2: Fixing The Exposure
Practice 3: Fixing Bad White Balance
Practice 4: Editing A Flash Photograph
Practice 5: When To Crop Wide
Practice 6: Creating A Silhouette
Practice 7: Enhancing Sunsets
Practice 8: Better Looking Landscapes
Practice 9: Playing With Saturation | Black And White Photography
Practice 10: Quick Edits
How to Create A Panorama In Photoshop